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    Mousse

    Gaetano Pesce: Come Stai?

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    Museum is a print project by writer-editor Laura Bannister and creative director Matthew Roland Bannister. For half a decade, it took the form of a contemporary art and fashion magazine, available biannually at the world’s most iconic galleries and newsstands. Out in the World with Gaetano Pesce is the first book by Museum. It is published by Literal Matter in New York.

    Mousse

    Gaetano Pesce: Come Stai?

    about the designer

    Museum is a print project by writer-editor Laura Bannister and creative director Matthew Roland Bannister. For half a decade, it took the form of a contemporary art and fashion magazine, available biannually at the world’s most iconic galleries and newsstands. Out in the World with Gaetano Pesce is the first book by Museum. It is published by Literal Matter in New York.

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    Donald Judd Spaces

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    Donald Judd was an American artist, whose rejection of both traditional painting and sculpture led him to a conception of art built upon the idea of the object as it exists in the environment. Judd's works belong to the Minimalist movement, whose goal was to rid art of the Abstract Expressionists' reliance on the self-referential trace of the painter in order to form pieces that were free from emotion. To accomplish this task, artists such as Judd created works comprising of single or repeated geometric forms produced from industrialized, machine-made materials that eschewed the artist's touch. Judd's geometric and modular creations have often been criticized for a seeming lack of content; it is this simplicity, however, that calls into question the nature of art and that posits Minimalist sculpture as an object of contemplation, one whose literal and insistent presence informs the process of beholding.

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    Donald Judd Spaces

    about the designer

    Donald Judd was an American artist, whose rejection of both traditional painting and sculpture led him to a conception of art built upon the idea of the object as it exists in the environment. Judd's works belong to the Minimalist movement, whose goal was to rid art of the Abstract Expressionists' reliance on the self-referential trace of the painter in order to form pieces that were free from emotion. To accomplish this task, artists such as Judd created works comprising of single or repeated geometric forms produced from industrialized, machine-made materials that eschewed the artist's touch. Judd's geometric and modular creations have often been criticized for a seeming lack of content; it is this simplicity, however, that calls into question the nature of art and that posits Minimalist sculpture as an object of contemplation, one whose literal and insistent presence informs the process of beholding.

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    S v Z - Tauba Auerbach

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    New York–based artist Tauba Auerbach (born 1981) grew up in San Francisco and graduated from Stanford University in 2003. They apprenticed and worked as a sign painter at New Bohemia Signs in San Francisco. In 2013 they founded Diagonal Press. They are represented by Paula Cooper Gallery, New York, and Standard Oslo.

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    S v Z - Tauba Auerbach

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    New York–based artist Tauba Auerbach (born 1981) grew up in San Francisco and graduated from Stanford University in 2003. They apprenticed and worked as a sign painter at New Bohemia Signs in San Francisco. In 2013 they founded Diagonal Press. They are represented by Paula Cooper Gallery, New York, and Standard Oslo.

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    Matteo Guarnaccia

    Cross Cultural Chairs

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    Matteo Guarnaccia is a Sicilian designer based in Europe. After studying design in Barcelona, he had work experiences in Los Angeles and Madrid. Bouncing around inside an artistic environment he had the opportunity to expand his visions and thoughts in different artistic fields, such as graphic design and music. Numerous travel experiences helped Matteo to have a wider understanding on his surrounding, pushing him to learn from any new input. Believing on the true necessity of problem solving, he uses all different communication tools in order to bring a solution to the problem, that might be small, but eventually make a bigger difference in a wider impact. Matteo is currently applying his creative services, from graphic designs projects to products, only when is truly needed, while keep learning and smiling. Matteo is happy to have worked and collaborated with Tate Modern Exchange, CERN, Kvadrat China, Curro Claret, The Institute for PostNatural Studies, The Museum of Modern Art of Rio de Janeiro-Brazil, The National Gallery of Modern Art of Mumbai-India, Archivo y Arquitectura Mexico City- Mexico, the Macan Museum Jakarta-Indonesia, the African Artists Foundation in Lagos- Nigeria and many more.

    Matteo Guarnaccia

    Cross Cultural Chairs

    about the designer

    Matteo Guarnaccia is a Sicilian designer based in Europe. After studying design in Barcelona, he had work experiences in Los Angeles and Madrid. Bouncing around inside an artistic environment he had the opportunity to expand his visions and thoughts in different artistic fields, such as graphic design and music. Numerous travel experiences helped Matteo to have a wider understanding on his surrounding, pushing him to learn from any new input. Believing on the true necessity of problem solving, he uses all different communication tools in order to bring a solution to the problem, that might be small, but eventually make a bigger difference in a wider impact. Matteo is currently applying his creative services, from graphic designs projects to products, only when is truly needed, while keep learning and smiling. Matteo is happy to have worked and collaborated with Tate Modern Exchange, CERN, Kvadrat China, Curro Claret, The Institute for PostNatural Studies, The Museum of Modern Art of Rio de Janeiro-Brazil, The National Gallery of Modern Art of Mumbai-India, Archivo y Arquitectura Mexico City- Mexico, the Macan Museum Jakarta-Indonesia, the African Artists Foundation in Lagos- Nigeria and many more.

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    Postcards by Ellsworth Kelly

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    Ellsworth Kelly (1923–2015) was born in Newburgh, New York. In 1948 he moved to France, where he came into contact with a wide range of classical and modern art. He returned to New York in 1954 and two years later had his first exhibition at the Betty Parsons Gallery. The Museum of Modern Art, New York, organized his first retrospective in 1973. Subsequent exhibitions have been held at museums around the world, including the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York, Tate in London, Haus der Kunst in Munich and the Centre Pompidou in Paris.

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    Postcards by Ellsworth Kelly

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    Ellsworth Kelly (1923–2015) was born in Newburgh, New York. In 1948 he moved to France, where he came into contact with a wide range of classical and modern art. He returned to New York in 1954 and two years later had his first exhibition at the Betty Parsons Gallery. The Museum of Modern Art, New York, organized his first retrospective in 1973. Subsequent exhibitions have been held at museums around the world, including the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York, Tate in London, Haus der Kunst in Munich and the Centre Pompidou in Paris.

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    Joshua Amissah

    Black Masculinities

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    JOSHUA AMISSAH (*1995, Switzerland) studied fine arts, photography, and design at the Zurich University of the Arts. He works as a designer, (photo)editor, art educator and curator at the intersection of image and text. From 2019 – 2022 he was co-curator of photoSCHWEIZ and was the main curator of the Black Art Matters exhibition in this role in 2020. He lives and works between Berlin and Zurich.

    Joshua Amissah

    Black Masculinities

    about the designer

    JOSHUA AMISSAH (*1995, Switzerland) studied fine arts, photography, and design at the Zurich University of the Arts. He works as a designer, (photo)editor, art educator and curator at the intersection of image and text. From 2019 – 2022 he was co-curator of photoSCHWEIZ and was the main curator of the Black Art Matters exhibition in this role in 2020. He lives and works between Berlin and Zurich.

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    Camille Vivier

    Sophie by Camille Vivier

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    Born in Paris in 1977, Camille Vivier started her photography career as an assistant at Purple magazine. After studying at the Grenoble Fine Arts School and Saint Martins School, she dedicated herself entirely to photography and started to work at the same time in the art and fashion worlds. In 1998, she was awarded the photography prize at the 12th Hyères Festival. In 2002, she was awarded the Villa Medicis international grant. Camille has contributed to various magazines, including: I-D, Dazed&Confused, Le Monde d’Hermès, Another Magazine, Numéro, Purple Magazine… and collaborated with brands such as Eres, Stella McCartney, Martin Margiela, Cartier, Wanda Nylon, Kenzo ... Her work has been exhibited in several galeries and institutions abroad as well as in France, including the CAPC Bordeaux ( “Jean-Luc Blanc/Opera rock”), Espace Electra ( “Le Voyage intérieur” ), Galerie 12Mail, Galerie Für moderne fotogra!e, Galerie Kamel Mennour, Maison Européenne de la Photographie (“Enquête d’identité” ), and during the Rencontres de la photographie d’Arles.

    Camille Vivier

    Sophie by Camille Vivier

    about the designer

    Born in Paris in 1977, Camille Vivier started her photography career as an assistant at Purple magazine. After studying at the Grenoble Fine Arts School and Saint Martins School, she dedicated herself entirely to photography and started to work at the same time in the art and fashion worlds. In 1998, she was awarded the photography prize at the 12th Hyères Festival. In 2002, she was awarded the Villa Medicis international grant. Camille has contributed to various magazines, including: I-D, Dazed&Confused, Le Monde d’Hermès, Another Magazine, Numéro, Purple Magazine… and collaborated with brands such as Eres, Stella McCartney, Martin Margiela, Cartier, Wanda Nylon, Kenzo ... Her work has been exhibited in several galeries and institutions abroad as well as in France, including the CAPC Bordeaux ( “Jean-Luc Blanc/Opera rock”), Espace Electra ( “Le Voyage intérieur” ), Galerie 12Mail, Galerie Für moderne fotogra!e, Galerie Kamel Mennour, Maison Européenne de la Photographie (“Enquête d’identité” ), and during the Rencontres de la photographie d’Arles.

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    Ransom Ashley

    SQ2411216

    Wombat Paris No.34: Ransom Ashley (Signed Edition)

    about the designer

    Born in Shreveport, LA , Ransom Ashley is a photographer, actor, and cinematographer. He attended Parsons The New School for Design in New York City where he was concentrating on photography and went on to receive his Bachelor of Science in Psychology. He has shown work internationally (in New York, London, Brighton and Budapest) and been included in shows at the New Britain Museum of American Art, Fort Wayne Museum of Art, and Masur Museum of Art, among others. He has also been featured in select publications such as Teen Vogue, The New York Times, Deadline, Wonderland Magazine, Metal Magazine, and Dazed and Confused Magazine. Ashley is currently working on a body of work exploring Louisiana subcultures and recently appeared alongside Oscar Winning Actress Holly Hunter in the southern drama Strange Weather.

    Ransom Ashley

    SQ2411216

    Wombat Paris No.34: Ransom Ashley (Signed Edition)

    about the designer

    Born in Shreveport, LA , Ransom Ashley is a photographer, actor, and cinematographer. He attended Parsons The New School for Design in New York City where he was concentrating on photography and went on to receive his Bachelor of Science in Psychology. He has shown work internationally (in New York, London, Brighton and Budapest) and been included in shows at the New Britain Museum of American Art, Fort Wayne Museum of Art, and Masur Museum of Art, among others. He has also been featured in select publications such as Teen Vogue, The New York Times, Deadline, Wonderland Magazine, Metal Magazine, and Dazed and Confused Magazine. Ashley is currently working on a body of work exploring Louisiana subcultures and recently appeared alongside Oscar Winning Actress Holly Hunter in the southern drama Strange Weather.

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    Harley Weir

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    Wombat No.41: Harley Weir + Cressida Brotherstone

    about the designer

    London-born photographer and director Harley Weir is known for creating intimate images and films in both her personal work and her acclaimed editorial and commercial work. Her images are often carefully composed with a highly attuned sense of colour, and composition. Having shot many campaigns for luxury brands, compelling editorials and a series of widely acclaimed personal projects, she has become a leading force in the photography and film industry. The artist has shot for Céline, Balenciaga, Dior, Stella McCartney, and her work has been featured on the covers of Vogue, AnOther Magazine and Dazed and Confused.

    Harley Weir

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    Wombat No.41: Harley Weir + Cressida Brotherstone

    about the designer

    London-born photographer and director Harley Weir is known for creating intimate images and films in both her personal work and her acclaimed editorial and commercial work. Her images are often carefully composed with a highly attuned sense of colour, and composition. Having shot many campaigns for luxury brands, compelling editorials and a series of widely acclaimed personal projects, she has become a leading force in the photography and film industry. The artist has shot for Céline, Balenciaga, Dior, Stella McCartney, and her work has been featured on the covers of Vogue, AnOther Magazine and Dazed and Confused.

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